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New Mexico Government Day

New Mexico Government Day: Leadership Albuquerque Cohort Tours Capitol, Meets With Key Leaders and Officials

The 2020 Leadership Albuquerque class tours the New Mexico Supreme Court law library as part of New Mexico State Government Day in Santa Fe Last week, the Chamber’s 2019-2020 Leadership Albuquerque cohort took part in this year’s New Mexico Government Program Day, visiting the Roundhouse, the Governor’s office, the state Supreme Court, and hearing from …

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2020 Legislative Session In The Books

2020 Legislative Session In The Books: Highlights of Chamber Priorities, Major Legislation, and the Budget

With a gavel from Lieutenant Governor Howie Morales shortly after noon on Thursday, February 20, the 2020 legislative session drew to a close. After a busy and sometimes contentious 30 days, only 88 bills were ultimately passed on to Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham for signature, a 20% decline from the last 30-day session and a …

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A Culture of Winning

A Culture of Winning: UNM Athletic Director and Football Head Coach Fire Up Chamber Board Meeting

Chamber Board members heard last week from two leaders of the University of New Mexico’s athletics program, Athletic Director Eddie Nuñez and Lobo Football Head Coach Danny Gonzales, both of whom spoke about a new direction for UNM athletics and establishing a culture of winning on and off the field. Nuñez led off by discussing …

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Mourning City Councilor Ken Sanchez

Mourning City Councilor Ken Sanchez: Chamber Statement on Passing of Long-Time City Leader

Chamber President and CEO Terri Cole offered the following statement on the loss of City Councilor Ken Sanchez, who passed away New Year’s Day: “Our community feels such a profound sense of loss with the passing of Ken Sanchez. He was a statesman who cared deeply about Albuquerque, and about the workers, families, and businesses …

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Mission Achievement and Success Charter School founder and principal JoAnn Mitchell (right) takes Leadership Albuquerque members — including Leadership Albuquerque co-chairs Bohannan Huston President and Managing Partner Bruce Stidworthy (center) and CNM's Debbie Johnson (far right) on a tour of her top-rated K-12 campus

A Day to Learn About Learning: Leadership Albuquerque Class Meets With Educational Leaders and Policymakers As Part Of Early and K-12 Education Program Day

Last month, the Chamber’s 2019-2020 Leadership Albuquerque cohort took part in this year’s Early & K-12 Education Program Day, covering public education funding policy, new perspectives on the importance of early childhood education, the charter school ecosystem, and a changing landscape in accountability for schools, teachers, and students. The cohort of business and community leaders …

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